Freedom Mill in Food & Wine

Mill at Freedom Falls, home to the Lost Kitchen. Photo by Ashley Conti for Bangor Daily News

Last Month’s Food & Wine featured The Heartbreaking Story Behind The Lost Kitchen about Erin French’s revived restaurant in the restored Freedom Mill. The author was especially charmed by her surroundings:

…Take a quick left on Main Street, and there’s The Mill at Freedom Falls—The Lost Kitchen’s once crumbling, now beautifully renovated home. Cross a narrow bridge over a rushing stream, and you’re there.

The dining room has sanded plank floors, exposed beams and suspended mill trestles. A wall of windows looks out onto the stream and bridge. Upstairs is a school for local kids; downstairs, a stone-walled wine store with bottles carefully curated by The Lost Kitchen’s sommelier

This isn’t the first press the Lost Kitchen has received. In addition to a favorable review in the New York Times last fall, the Bangor Daily News published a story last summer that covered even more of the restaurant’s, and the mill’s, history.

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